Sacha And Diamond Academic Publishers, England, United Kingdom



Volume 5(1) 2015

ISSN 2045-8401 (Print)

ISSN 2045-8525 (Online)

Current Cumulative Impact Factor: 29.9




African Journal of Law and Criminology (AJLC) is a highly specialised peer-review journal published in the United Kingdom. The goal of the journal is to engage in theoretical exploration of law, criminology and related fields including law enforcement, sociology, social work, criminalistics, penal reforms, sentencing, drugs law enforcement, criminal/civil procedures, victimology, offenders treatment/rehabilitation and general areas of criminology and forensic investigations. It also seeks to explore legal systems and the mutual intersections of Law and cultures around the world. The editors invite scholars from all over the world to submit papers, evaluation articles, commentaries, and critical reviews of existing publications. All manuscripts are subject to peer reviews by referees on the basis of their quality of scholarship, originality, and contribution to legal knowledge.




Prof. (Mrs) Ashish Virk, Institute of Laws, Panjab University Regional Centre, Punjab, India 


Dr. Akalemwa Ngenda, School of Law, Brunel University, United Kingdom 




Dr. Gbenga Oduntan, School of Law, University of Kent, United Kingdom 




Chacha Bhoke Murungu, Esq., Centre for Human Rights, Faculty of Law, University of Pretoria, South Africa


Professor Uche Jack-Osimiri, Faculty of Law, Rivers State University of Science and Technology, Nigeria


Dr. Raed S. A Faqir, School of Law, Balqa Applied University, Jordan


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AJLC   VOLUME 5   NUMBER   1  (2015)



1.    Admissibility Of Evidence Presented By Children In Sex Abuse Prosecutions In Uganda: The Case For Reforms; pp. 1-15 [Author: LUBAALE, E. C] View Abstract    Download Full Text


2.    Proof Beyond Reasonable Doubt And The Practice Of Customary Criminal Law In Nigeria: A Legal Appraisal; pp. 16-29 [Author: IGWE O.W]  View Abstract  Download Full Text


3.    The Role Of Nigeria In The Growth Of The Laws Of International Organizations; pp. 30-46 [Author: BASSEY, J. R.] View Abstract   Download Full Text


4.    Hacking: The New Face Of Cybercrime In Nigeria; pp. 47-58 [Authors: IFEANYI-AJUFO, N. and OBALUM, D. C.]  View Abstract  Download Full Text


5.    Prohibitionism Or Liberalism? A Lesson From Uruquay’s Legalization Of Cannabis Sativa To Nigeria On The Best Method Of Curbing Crimes; pp. 59-65 [Authors: ESEYIN, Mojisola and USUNGURUA, Edidiong] View Abstract  Download Full Text


6.    An Appraisal Of The Legal Framework For Combating Drug Trafficking In Nigeria; pp. 66-93 [Author: AGBONIKA, John A. M.]  View Abstract     Download Full Text


7. Fallacy Of The Criminal Law Doctrine Of “Last Seen”: A Look At Legal Causation In Homicide Cases In Nigeria; pp. 94-103 [Author: ALILI, Ngozi] View Abstract   Download Full Text


8. The Constitutionality Of Death Penalty In Nigeria; pp. 104-114 [AYENI Augustine, M.] Download Full Text

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